That’s so cool haha
I don't want to go too far down into the weeds on meta community stuff (it's endless man ...) but generally on HM 'super cool' and such comments are downvated, the idea being there isn't a lot of content there.
It's not 100% consistent, but I'm guessing that has more to do with it than any perceived racism. Anyone who read the article already saw that term used.... it's also not something most folks think of as racist IMO.
It's an old term and as such is considered to be used by people who don't care enough to adopt more modern language to refer to people of the race and their culture.
In this case, it's the title of a real show and the protagonist is very respectfully portrayed in the anime. Recommended.
Given that, I'm a little skeptical of claims that a historically significant figure should have never appeared on money, in a statue, etc.
If you mean the $20 bill where Andrew Jackson is figured I'd postulate that most non-racist/non race baiting people don't give a flying fuck who's on their currency so long as it works - and that's because they're simply going about their lives and not thinking about how they can inject race into every single topic ever - which is an inherently non-racist way of going about your life.
People back then were horrified when he got into the oval office. Nothing new under the sun, really.
PS: the player character in Nioh is also a "Foreign Samurai", William Adams: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Adams_(sailor,_born_15...
From the wiki though:
> (Japanese Default Language version) He has a Westernized Japanese accent, it may be a tribute to Yasuke (African Samurai) in 1579.
Erm, ok, that's a weird reach the wiki is making. You can see closeups of his face right beneath that sentence.
It’s a fairly interesting story, but does seem there is limited information.
In egregious cases, you're welcome to email email@example.com too, which guarantees we'll see it.